It would be quite difficult to find another jam band out there that is having more fun than Leftover Salmon, who are bringing their good times to Bellevue’s Falconwood Park on May 27.
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Happy National Paper Airplane Day!
With a flick of the wrist, you’ll soar to today’s news: Omaha’s mask mandate expires, a Ralston family expresses concerns about racism in the classroom and Grand Island prepares for construction of a 200,000-square-foot indoor sports complex.
- Omaha’s indoor mask mandate expires after more than nine months in effect.
- A Ralston student and his mother express concerns about racism after a teacher used the student’s yearbook picture in a science exam without his permission.
- Over the weekend of June 18, up to four guests will enjoy a two-night “steakation,” hosted by Omaha Steaks, at a historic Old Market loft.
- A new mausoleum, constructed over four years, opens its doors at Forest Lawn Cemetery as Memorial Day weekend approaches.
- A Memorial Day parade honoring Gold Star families will take place at Omaha’s Old Market this Friday, May 28.
- An architecture design company publicly discusses plans for construction of a bike and pedestrian trail in North Omaha.
- A 200,000-square-foot indoor sports complex will be built in Grand Island, beginning in 2022. The $15 million Central Nebraska Sports Complex will house activities and programs ranging from sports, like aquatics, gymnastics and baseball, to injury rehabilitation.
- Every Test Nebraska site and lab will be closed for Memorial Day this coming Monday, May 31.
- Delta Air Lines flights return to the Lincoln Airport almost a year after Delta pulled their flights from the airport.
- Gov. Pete Ricketts signs into law Legislative Bill 387, which exempts military retirement benefits from state income taxes.
- Teenagers in Nebraska can win money by promoting vaccines on social media.
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Dining After Dark in Omaha
- 3902 Farnam St. (402) 991-6767
Since 2014, the late-night food and drink scene has benefited from the existence of Nite Owl, whose standard for excellence shines far past the midnight hour. With a cozy, often dim-lit atmosphere, a spacious, string-lit patio, and plenty of greatness to consume, it is only too easy to see why this place has flourished.
If you are looking to dine in past midnight, flock here. Thanks to solid portion sizes, prices, and tasty contents, Nite Owl’s menu is a late-night hit. And the drink selection is quite formidable as well, with plenty of different choices to suck down among friends and friendly strangers.
If you are looking for a great place to eat and drink with style into the wee hours of the night, the Blackstone district gem is worth your time every time. The rock-and-roll atmosphere, fast service, and quality selection make Nite Owl a must-visit for any local or out-of-towner.
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